Jan 152014
 
 January 15, 2014  Laws

Jeff Kosseff writes:

From electronic surveillance to healthcare privacy to drones, Congress is planning to consider a wide range of privacy legislation this year. The Edward Snowden leaks about the National Security Agency and the recent data breaches at retailers are likely to keep privacy and data security on the top of many lawmakers’ agendas. After the jump is a summary of twenty pending privacy-related bills to keep an eye on during the remainder of the 113th Congress.

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